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Everything posted by CHBMB

  1. Look on docker hub, probably your best bet.
  2. You might want to add those lines to a user.scripts script to be run on array start. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  3. So you 100% sure that RC9 works and v6.8.0 doesn't, that's weird as I used the same config. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  4. Yep, you're in the wrong thread. Nothing I can do about it, it's between your PC and the Digital Ocean Spaces where we store the files. We discussed in in the Nvidia thread recently. There's a script on the linuxserver forums you could use instead. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  5. No idea. CrazyCat has removed one of his repositories and it won't build against another repository I tried. I know the LibreELEC project reached out to him recently as well about the same issue. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  6. The 1080 won't show as you've passed it through to a VM haven't you? Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  7. Post over in the DVB thread then, it's not a Plex issue. it's a DVB issue. Can you try one of the RC builds as well, perhaps RC8?
  8. You're going to have to try it and see and do some reading about DVB in Plex. They only support a limited number of tuners, and Linux itself doesn't support every tv tuner, so you need to make sure there are Linux drivers
  9. Depends on your TV tuner. Probably LibreELEC if it's a supported tuner in there and in Plex.
  10. Just as well, cos I can't show you my setup as I don't use it.....
  11. The only reason I can think of, is during the boot process I parse the cards and write the data to some tmp files, which in turn are parsed when you load the Unraid Nvidia page. So my guess is that during boot, it's a race condition and we're parsing the card before it's ready. Can you try running this. rm /tmp/nvidia/nvidia nvidia-smi --query-gpu=gpu_name,gpu_bus_id,gpu_uuid --format=csv,noheader | sed -e s/00000000://g | sed 's/\,\ /\n/g' > /tmp/nvidia/nvidia then reload the Unraid Nvidia page
  12. You need to RTFM.... You're missing --runtime=nvidia from your docker run command as mentioned in the instructions. So you're passing through the card, but you aren't telling the container to use the nvidia docker runtime. EDIT: Actually I'm not so sure the instructions are that clear. My bad..... EDIT2: Although it does include it on the Docker template.
  13. There's a link in my sig, you may need to change your forum settings to enable signatures
  14. Need more info. Post screenshots of your Emby webui settings for transcoding. Also post your docker run command.
  15. For Bazarr container settings make /media = /mnt/user/Media Need to be referencing the same place. Then configure Bazarr in the webui with wherever Radarr thinks your movies are /media/Movies whatever? You need to read the Docker FAQ and make sure you understand docker volume mappings, currently you don't, which is why you're struggling and you'll have problems with all containers if you don't grasp the concept
  16. OK, so that's because for whatever reason, you're request to out Digital Ocean spaces where the builds are stored is timing out. Are you definitely on the latest version of the DVB plugin (2019.06.23)? Not much I can do about this as it will be an issue local to you. I've just tested here and it's working fine.
  17. You download it and reboot. That's all there is to it.
  18. You're kind of missing the point, it merely loads the OS from the USB to RAM. There's little point in dedicating a SSD or HDD to boot duties as you gain nothing from it. Just uses up a SATA slot for an operating system that is less than 200MB to be loaded and run from RAM.
  19. I think ransomware is a bigger problem than viruses. Personally I don't use any AV on any of my Linux machines.
  20. Nowhere near enough information to say. I agree with @saarg try stock Unraid, if it's still an issue then post a bug report. If it works on stock Unraid, then I'd need to know what NIC you're using on the chance it's one of the OOT drivers, as that's really the only thing I can think of. The fact it works if you remove your card suggests that it's not a NIC issue though, sounds more hardware related. However someone else has reported it as working with a GTX760.
  21. What about something like this? Then you can tailor your internal hardware
  22. Path for sonarr in Bazarr settings should be /media